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Clarksville Police Investigate Fatal Shooting

Clarksville Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a fatal Tuesday night shooting. Police say 25-year old Rashaud Watson entered a Paradise Hill Road home around 10:30pm and opened fire, hitting 40-year old Aaron...Read More

Best Of Western Kentucky Winners Announced

The winners in the 2017 Best of Western Kentucky contest are being unveiled Wednesday. WKDZ-WHVO Director of Business Development Amy Berry says there are 96 businesses that have something to celebrate after being recognized for their hard...Read More

Commission Approves Cell Tower Near Cerulean

Trigg County is set to receive another cellphone tower after the Cadiz-Trigg County Planning Commission voted unanimously Tuesday night in favor of an application by AT&T. It is the third tower approved by the commission since November...Read More

Lynn Pryor Honored By Peers With Top State Award

The Christian County Commonwealth’s Attorney is being honored at the state level by her peers. Lynn Pryor was presented with the Carroll M. Redford Kentucky Outstanding Prosecutor Award Tuesday at the Commonwealth’s Attorneys Association Winter Conference. More

Signs Posted On KY 189 Due To Rough Pavement

Motorists traveling Kentucky 189 need to be aware the state Transportation Cabinet has placed DIP AHEAD and BREAK IN PAVEMENT signs along the road in northern Christian County. Spokesman Keith Todd says they set up the signs...Read More

Rotary Auction Looks To Brilliant Future Through Education

The Hopkinsville Rotary Club is preparing for the annual week-long auction and will begin soliciting donations soon. 2018 Auction Chairwoman, Kiley Killebrew unveiled the theme and goal to the club Tuesday afternoon. She says the auction...Read More

Regional EDC Looks At Another Sustainability Designation

Christian County could soon pursue TVA Sustainability recognition. Trigg County was designated a Valley Sustainable Silver Community in October. South Western Kentucky Economic Development Associate Director, Sharon Butts says they are assessing the interest of the Hopkinsville...Read More

Fiscal Court Approves Final Funding For Projects

Christian County Fiscal Court is spending $3 million on the new Sportsplex and improvements to the Pennyroyal Area Museum. Tuesday, Magistrates approved Memorandums of Understanding for both projects. The Sportsplex Memorandum says the County will pay the...Read More